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Aimé Bonpland (1773 — 1858)

Description des plantes rares cultivées à Malmaison et à Navarre. [Extract]

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After Bonpland returned from the expedition to South America with Humbolt, he obtained a position as botanist to the Empress Joséphine. Many exotic plants were then imported to chateau de la Malmaison and chateau de Navarre (Close to Évreux). In 1813, together with Pierre-Joseph Redouté, he published this series of 64 plates, of which 2 represent cacti and 1 a cotyledon.







Right: ”Cactus ambiguus” = Peniocereus (Nyctocereus Br. & R.) serpentinus.

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This project is hosted by cactuspro.com, a web site mainly in French (some pages translated) dedicated to cactus and other succulents.
Cactus and Succulent Plants Digital Library, https://www.cactuspro.com/biblio/